Image source, unless otherwise noted: GDI-Th, Freistaat Thüringen, TLVermGeo, www.geoportal-th.de, Datenlizenz Deutschland – Namensnennung – Version 2.0, www.govdata.de/dl-de/by-2-0
Fliegerhorst Erfurt-Bindesleben Air Base and surroundings on 07 October 1944 - The image is composed of several aerial photographs. 1: airfield; 2: dispersal area; 3: shooting range; 4: railroad line Erfurt - Nottleben. Other places: Alach, Bindersleben, Peterbornsiedlung, Salomonsborn.
Erfurt Bindersleben airfield on a US map from 1951 - The shelter above the center and the shelter to the right of the center seem to be damaged.
(Source: AMS M841 GSGS 4414, Courtesy Harold B. Lee Library, Brigham Young University)
Northern tip - There are some planes here.
West side with railway connection - Some bomb craters are visible.
Aircraft hangars on the west side - There are also some airplanes here.
Aircraft hangars on the southeast side, barracks building
East side of the airfield - A flak position can be seen at the bottom right.
NB3 is the so-called fighter trapeze in which the air base is located. - The fighter trapeze describes the geographical position in a coordinate system. For quick orientation from the air, it is laid out on the ground.
Barracks on the east side
Facilities south of Binderslebener Landstraße
Dispersal area south of Salomonsborn
Large and small aircraft revetments - In the box at the top there seems to be a tent or something like that. The circles arranged to a triangle probably form an anti-aircraft position.
Aircraft revetments with one or two aircraft
Railway line Erfurt - Nottleben with train. The air base siding leads to the right.